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Library, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 



EXTENSION POSTER BULLETIN No. 5 



(PLEASE POST IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE) 



NOVEMBER, 1917 





A 







Twelve Thousand 
Mississippi Club Boys Are 
Serving Their 
Country by Growing 
Corn, 
Pigs and Calves 



WHAT ARE YOU 
DOING? 




WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A GLUB BOY 



Every Club Boy 

1 — Gets a Free Subscrip- 
tion to the "Missis- 
sippi Club Boy" 

2— Makes His Own 
Money 

3 — Wins Prizes 

4 — Can Win Free Trips 
to State Fairs 




A PIG CLUB MEMBER 
This Boy Cleared $54.00 on This Bunch of Pigs 



Every Club Boy 

5 — Takes Pleasure Trips 
Planned for Club 
Boys Alone 

6 — Learns Cor red: 
Agriculture 

7 — Learns to Buy and 
Sell 

8 — Becomes a Leader 



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A WINNER 
Baby Beef Club Boys Grow Calves Like This 



THREE CLUBS 
TO CHOOSE 
FROM 

Corn Club Pig Club 
Baby Beef Club 

WHICH WILL YOU JOIN? 



HOW TO JOIN 

Ask Another Club Boy, Your County 
Agent, or Your Teacher to 
Send in Your Name 





CRIMSON CLOVER TO TURN UNDER 
How a Corn Club Boy Increases His Yields 




BOYS' CLUB WORK DIVISION 



OF THE CO-OPERATIVE EXTENSION WORK OF THE 



MISSISSIPPI AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE 



AND 



THE STATES RELATIONS SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

E. R. LLOYD, Director